Do I have to split my superannuation in divorce?
If you are married, it is not necessary to divorce for these laws to apply. The property settlement regime under the Family Law Act, which include the superannuation splitting laws, applies to couples are still married but who have separated and want to finalise arrangements about their property.
Can I split my superannuation with my wife?
Contribution splitting allows you to split your concessional (before-tax) contributions from your accumulation super account with your spouse. Concessional contributions include employer and salary sacrifice contributions.
Can I claim super after divorce?
Superannuation makes up part of your property and assets. For married couples, this time limit is from the date of separation up until one year after the divorce order is finalised. For de facto couples, this time limit is from the date of separation up until two years after the relationship breakdown.